The line-up for Manchester's In The City has expanded once again with the addition of dozens of acts, including Californian noise rockers HEALTH and Essex-born singer-songwriter Ed Drewett.
Also confirmed are Glasser, Devlin, Still Corners, Architects, Futures, The Pierces, Spark, Starsmith, Standard Fare, Donae'o, Flood of Red and Electricity In Our Homes along with Ex-Lovers, Chickenhawk, Youth, Chapter Sweetheart, Seerauber Jenny, The Steals and For A Minor Reflection.
Working For A Nuclear Free City, Windmill, Plank, Japanese Voyeurs, Ed Wood Jr, Clock Opera, Scorcher, Richard Dutton, These Monsters, Castrovalva, Mojo Fury and Vondelpark have been announced too, with Shapes, Honour Before Glory, Justin Van Der Volgen, Crane, Japayork, Flash Fiktion, Diagram Of The Heart, Deaf Havana and Out Of Sight.
Completing the latest acts are Your Demise, Francesqa, Blitz Kids, Calories, The Milk, Dry The River, R.I.O, KOF, Janice Myers, TrioVD, Carla Fake, Come On Gang, worriedaboutsatan, Rapids and Brontide.
Factory Floor, No Age and Mount Kimbie are among those already confirmed, as well as Male Bonding, Yuck, Crystal Fighters and many more.
In The City showcases new music with over 200 acts in 20 venues. Previous events have offered early chances to Oasis, Coldplay, Radiohead, Muse, Doves and Chemical Brothers.
The festival also features many discussion forums led by keynote speakers. This year's guest speakers include Pink Floyd drummer Nick Mason and REM's manager Bertis Downs.
Wristband tickets are still available through HMV at a price of £29 for three nights of live new music; alternatively, you can also buy a three-day wristband with three nights stay at Hatters Hostel for £72.
Single-day tickets are also available at £16 each day.
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In The City 2010 will take place around Manchester’s Piccadilly and Northern Quarter from 13-15 October.